“Monokini 2.0 is a social art project that re-examines popular culture’s narrow view of a woman’s ideal appearance” via beautiful photographs of gorgeous, brave breast cancer survivors modelling swimsuits tailored to their post-mastectomy bodies.
Can men get breast cancer? Yes, they can because they have breast tissue. The duct cells inside of their breasts are less developed, so their risk of developing a malignant tumor is lower than a woman’s, but they are not risk free. Here, you can learn about the risk factors, the types of breast cancer that men get and the symptoms of each type.
A B.C. woman has launched a petition to make the disclosure of breast density mandatory after she was diagnosed with stage three 3 cancer. Elizabeth Astbury, 46, says she began getting regular mammograms in 2010.
Supporting Emerging Technologies Helping Business Thrive in Manitoba
March 20, 2014 (WINNIPEG, MB) – MP Joy Smith, on behalf of the Honourable Ed Holder, Minister of State (Science and Technology), today announced an investment Bressanté Inc. through the National Research Council of Canada’s Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC IRAP).